EDITORIAL

Donald Trump’s alarming alternative facts

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His inaugural address should put everyone on notice that restraining — much less overcoming — him will be a daunting task.

Opinion | Jeffrey D. Sachs

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A new chapter of globalization will require a rethinking of foreign policy by the United States and other world powers.

Alex Beam

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Supporter hoists a pro-Trump sign along the parade route after the inauguration ceremony in Washington on Friday.

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Trump’s limited vision of putting ‘America First’

He intends to slame the brakes on globalization and roll back policies put in place to create an open world.

Protesters walk during the Women's March on Washington on Saturday.

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Women’s March on Washington — a beautiful mess

It was a mess, in an overgrown, Occupy kind of way. A mess like democracy itself. And it was good.

Joan Vennochi

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The new president has triggered a massive women’s movement.

Opinion | Margery Eagan

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The women marching in Washington are too powerful, determined, and organized to ever, ever go back.

JOAN VENNOCHI

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The pro- and anti-Trump camps are so far apart that it’s hard to see what could unify them.

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The Word

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Nothing sinks a public speaker quicker than an overdose of ums and uhs.

Uncommon Knowledge

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College athletes, gambling, and sacred values in this week’s Uncommon Knowledge.

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Donald Trump’s alarming alternative facts

One big takeaway from Saturday’s massive protests: the Trump administration’s alt-reality.

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